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category dublin | crime and justice | opinion/analysis author Saturday March 14, 2015 17:29author by Con Carroll Report this post to the editors

scapegoating

when are we going to demand the truth, we could be hours, days, nights awaiting. will we ever get there who benefits.

first of all Im not a member of Sinn fein. again we see the righteous of Irish media, finger pointing at the leadership of Sinn Fein in 2014-2015. along with the political establishment. there will be people , who will question my credentials. you cant please the people all the time

5 moths ago, a woman from Belfast. Maria Cahill spoke to spotlight BBc about her experiences of been a survivor of rape. rape is a sign of power and hatred against women, men. since then there has been a political media frenzie backlash at Irish republicians. if we weren't political aware, one would be made to believe that members of the Republican movement were rapists, or potential child abusers
lets us further add that there were people brought before the courts found not guilty, in attempting to silence Maria. by members of the Republican movement who were accused of conducting kangaroo courts

March 2015. Mr Mc Gahon, a person spoke with spotlight BBc. he had the same experience of Maria. Mr. Mc Gahon said he had a meeting. with Mr. Arthur Morgan. ex Sinn Fein T.D. Louth area. I have known Mr Morgan. I found him to be open, honest, no airs or graces.
again the Irish media go into full swing, atb finger pointing accusations against Sinn Fein people. along with members of Dail Eireann
when the political media establishment talk about Republicians been engaged in Kangaroo courts. allow ourselves to bring home reality and truth

around 2002 the Irish government set up the Laffoy Commission to investigate child abuse in industrial schools in Ireland. apart of this was compensation scheme. once a person accepted financaial compensation. they were subjected to silence, threatened that if they broke the agreement they could be taken to prison, or compensation would be reduced

let us look at te role of the Irish state, relating to the rights of children and justice.
remember ex Progressive Democrat member. Brian Curtain. ex member of the judicary
the report by the Hse. into youth, children who went missing while in their care. some died of drug related deaths

the women of the Magdalene launderies were denied the right to have legal representation. amid all the hand clapping and crocodile tears, from within the chambers of the Dail and members of the Cabinet. a person working with justice for the women of Magdalene. 1 March, 2015. said that we were more concerned about erecting a Cross on a mountain. having Gardai investigating attack on William Cosgrave grave, while the Irish state denied justice to women of Magdalene

Tommy Mc Kearney ex Republician P.O.W. had a brilliant aricle in the Social Voice about the double standards of those who were finger
pointing at Republicans
the General secreatary of the Communist party of Ireland. had also interesting article in Socialist voice. relating to Anti Clericalism whispers

Cork Examiner Fridayb 6 March. Deputy Emmet Stagg was qouted, that people feared that they would be shot. Deputy stagg should de reminded of the time of Phoenix Pk.

I am not a qualified counsellor. I don't pretend to be one. people who are survivors should contact qualified professional services, such as rape crisis centre. one in four. the playing games of hierarchy of victims doesnt work

cherishing all children equal in 32 counties of Ireland. one has only to witness families who homes were repossed ending up in B/B hotels

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